In the book file, the pagination of any given file is affected by the
file after it, in particular the starting page. And that's probably
what you're missing.

This means that if your Chapter 1 has one page and you set it to
Delete empty pages in the book file, but the Chapter 2 file is set to
start on a right-hand page, a filler page is likely to be inserted
into Chapter 1 so that Chapter 2 can start on a right-hand page.

In the book file,  I would guess all or most of the files are still
set to start on a right-hand page rather than "Any" or "Next
Available."

Art Campbell
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On Wed, Dec 3, 2008 at 2:35 PM, Howard Rauch <techtransfer at sbcglobal.net> 
wrote:
> What am I missing or doing wrong?
>
> I have a book file which has a number of one-page files. When I update the 
> book (i.e., renumber the pages), Frame changes the pagination from "Delete 
> empty pages" to "Make page count even." That of course doubles the size of 
> the document. I have set the pagination at the book level and in the 
> individual files without success, in each case using the Power Save before 
> renumbering.
>
> In the previous version of this book these were two-page files and the 
> pagination was set to "Make page count even" because the client wanted files 
> on facing pages. The original book was approx 150 pages, so now it should be 
> 75 pages, but it's still 150 pages with 75 blank pages.
>
> I am using Frame 7.0 on a Windows XP Professional platform
>
> Thannks in advance for help anyone can give.
>
> Howard Rauch
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